Welcome to the Official Website of Milton Keynes Veterinary Group
ESTABLISHED FOR OVER 40 YEARS IN MILTON KEYNES
Milton Keynes Veterinary Group runs the largest veterinary service in the Milton Keynes area with 4 branch surgeries conveniently located around our main Veterinary Hospital at Walnut Tree.
We are a small animal veterinary practice. This means that we treat all types of family pets including dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, hamsters along with many more small animal species.
We also provide our services to many working animals including guide, hearing, prison and police dogs.
We have partaken in the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (voluntary) practice standard scheme. At Walnut Tree we have achieved the top status being allowed to call the surgery a Small Animal Hospital. Our branch surgeries are all accredited as Core Practices. We constantly review and upgrade our facilities and equipment to maintain the high quality health care we provide for pets in the region.
Our Hospital has on-site veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses 24 hours a day including Bank Holidays and weekends. Vets Now (an independent company that specialises in providing veterinary surgeons and nurses trained to deal with critical care cases and emergencies) are responsible for the out of hours care for our patients.
We have a fully qualified animal physiotherapist who holds regular clinics at our Walnut Tree Hospital and Stoke Road surgery that can be very beneficial to pets with orthopaedic or muscular problems including arthritis or following surgery.
Milton Keynes Veterinary Group remains independently owned and run by a Partnership of Veterinary Surgeons who want to provide the best service for pets and their owners in the region.
We aim to provide professional healthcare to your pets by maintaining high clinical standards in a friendly environment.
Please browse our website where you will find information about our staff and facilities as well as useful information about caring for your pet(s) and understanding some of the common illnesses they may suffer from.